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Diasporan Truth - Round Table discussion Goals for Zambia

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Our round table discussion will be centered on our personal goals for our home country Zambia. Views and experiences will be shared by Andrew-Knox B Kaniki (Australia) and Joseph Banda (Germany). To listen or particiopate follow the link provided, Skype in or call 347-237-2470. Time: 9 am EST, 15 hours CEST, 21 hours (Perth) AWST, 14 hours GMT.

About our special guests:

Andrew Kaniki is a Zambian living in Perth Australia, he is a student of Forensic and criminal studies at the University of Leicester.He is a Computer Specialist, Technology Evangelist and Mentor, who regards Photography as a second best career. He is a trained in various technology disciplines and continues to grow with his recent short study in Mobile Application Development. Born and raised in Ndola, Zambia, Andrew-Knox moved to Perth late 2007. He renowns himself as the first Zambian to ever create an audio book for a Zambian author, and is a former community leader and executive with much of that as Chairperson for a local community group OZALIWA (a voluntary position), and the African Professionals of Australia, where he continues to serves as Acting Vice President and Youth Mentor. 

Mr. Joseph Banda is currently the founder of Chilundika Enterprises Ltd and is an aspiring politician with the dream of elevating the middle class percentage and empowering the women and youth of Zambia. He was born in Chipata, Zambia and moved to the United States at the age of five. He received his bachelors from Georgia State University as a dual major in political science and international relations. He went on to receive his masters from the University of Oklahoma in International Relations. He worked as an engineer with the United States Air Force and later became an infantry officer in the United States Army with a total of 10 years of military service

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